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Digital Learning

Digital Learning

Throughout your studies you will engage with a range of digital technologies at the University of Leeds that will support your learning and enhance your employability. The Digital Learning section of the Student Guide contains a wealth of information about these technologies that is suitable for new and returning Business School students.

The pages below will help you to self-assess and develop your digital capabilities, work successfully in groups using Microsoft Teams and take advantage of free applications and subscriptions that, as a University of Leeds student, you are eligible for, and that will enhance your learning.

Use the cards below to begin to explore the Digital Learning section:

Resources for new students

New to the Business School? This page which will give you essential information on how to get set up with various technologies here at the University of Leeds.

Digital Tools

Learn more about the learning technologies and apps you may use frequently during your degree, and those that are used widely in Higher Education.

Digital capabilities in Student Education at LUBS

Opportunities to develop your digital capabilities are embedded throughout your degree. Learn what digital capabilities are, how you may recognise the learning experiences giving you the opportunity to develop these skills, and how to self-assess your own digital capabilities.

Working on group projects using Teams

If your Module Leader asks you to work collaboratively towards a shared outcome, you can use Microsoft Teams to work on a wide range of activities and produce video recordings of presentations.


Skills@Library supports taught students to develop academic skills, within the curriculum and through online resources, workshops, 1-2-1 consultations and drop-in sessions.

Submitting video assignments

Learn how to prepare for and submit video assignments through Minerva and Gradescope.

Lecture Capture

As part of your studies the lectures, seminars and/or workshops for some modules may be recorded by the University. Learn more about Lecture Capture here.


We have gathered some advice for you to follow to help you make initial efforts to troubleshoot and resolve technical issues you encounter before contacting IT support.

Preparing for an online class

Some of your classes at the Business School may take place online. Learn more about the platforms we use, and how to effectively prepare and participate in an online class.


The pages in the Digital Learning section of this website been devised by LUBS Digital Education Enhancement and are available under creative commons for you to adapt.

Digital Learning by LUBS Digital Education Enhancement is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.